Sep 20, 2011, 12:38 PM
Samuel Johnson, a Liberian national was Tuesday 15th December 2009, arraigned before Principal Magistrate Emanuel Nkea of the Banjul Magistrates' Court, charged with being in possession of fake bank note and purchasing fake bank note.
According to the particulars of offence, on count one, the accused person, on 1st December 2009, in the city of Banjul with intent to defraud, purchased 200 dollars fake note with serial number Ac 45615506 A and FH02527768 A for D5300 from one Salifu Jallow, at Albert Market in Banjul, knowing to be fake bank notes.
Count two states that on 4th December 2009, in the city of
While count three stated that, on 4th December 2009, at the same place and time purchased 100 dollars fake note for D2650 from one Alhagie Omar Jallow, at the Albert Market in
Count four states that on 4th December 2009, in the city of
And count five states that the accused was found in possessions of 700 Dollars fake bank notes, knowing to be false.
Meanwhile, the accused who pleaded guilty to only count two was remanded in custody.
The case was at length adjourned to 19th December 2009.